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Donald Woods and Benjamin Pogrund, in conversation

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    ICA Talks

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    Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England, UK

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    British Library Sound Archive

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    Woods, Donald, 1933-2001 (male)

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    The author and anti-Apartheid campaigner Donald Woods discusses his friendship with the late black activist Steve Biko and his collaboration with David Attenborough, who filmed Woods's book about Biko, 'Cry Freedom'. The interviewer, Benjamin Pogrund, was at this time in exile from South Africa, and is probably best known for his reporting of the Sharpeville massacre in 1960.

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